ROEPER FORENSICS ACTING CAMP 2014 (Grades 4-9)
**Please check back in December for 2014 dates & pricing. If you would like to be added to our mailing list please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your mailing address.
Just to clear up the most commonly asked question, this is an ACTING camp, not a crime scene investigation camp. At SPEAK OUT: FORENSICS ACTING CAMP students use plays, stories, poems, or their own writing to focus in on the details of performance and public speaking. Students can perform in a solo piece, with a partner, or in a group performance. Participants play with different techniques that address line interpretation, character development, stage fright, body language, improvisational theater, and finding ways to connect with their own emotions and with their audience through the words of their piece. Students will be working with some of the top forensics coaches in the state of Michigan! If you’re not familiar with forensics as a performance art and would like to know more, please contact our summer program office.
Forensics Camp is led by Roeper teacher, Dan Jacobs. Dan has taught science fiction and fantasy literature, forensics, debate and a myriad of other classes at The Roeper School for over 10 years. Dan graduated from the University of Michigan with a BA in English, a minor in Social Sciences and certification in Secondary Education. He is also the Head Coach for speech activities at Roeper, including Lincoln-Douglas Debate, High School Forensics and Middle School Forensics.
Grades 4 - 9: For Dates & Prices check back in December
The enrollment form, enrollment contract and program fee (payable to Roeper Summer Programs) should be mailed to:
Roeper Summer Programs
41190 Woodward Ave.
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
Enrollment is limited, so early registration is advised. Credit Cards are NOT accepted.
For a refund of fee, all cancellations must be in writing and received by May 30, 2014. No refunds will be issued after May 30, 2014.
The necessary camp forms will be mailed to you with your confirmation letter.
By law, children must have a physician-signed health form returned to Roeper before starting camp. Health forms completed within one year of the start of camp will be accepted.
Students must provide their own lunches. Peanut allergies have become more prevalent in children and there are many campers at Roeper that are allergic to peanuts. Please do not send items containing peanuts or peanut oil. Refrigeration and vending machines are available for snack and beverage purchase.
1051 Oakland Ave.
Birmingham, MI 48009